HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Base officials and Boyer Hill Military Housing officials will gather Thursday afternoon to mark the opening of a Welcome Center and housing project.
Boyer Hill was selected by the Air Force in 2005 to renovate and rebuild military family housing at Hill Air Force Base and have since invested nearly $105 million re-building the housing areas into a safe, affordable, and energy efficient community, according to Mark Pace, President of Boyer Hill.
“The project, which is set to be completed this month, will provide military families at Hill Air Force Base quality housing to choose from for years to come,” Pace said in a press release.
Throughout the course of the project BHMH remodeled 576 homes and constructed 437 new homes across six distinct base housing areas. These, along with seven homes that did not require remodeling, bring the base’s total to 1,020 homes.
In addition to the homes and welcome center, the project created two regional parks, several pocket parks and tot lots, a splash pad water feature, and a maintenance facility.